Small-Space Gardens
I talk with urban and suburban gardeners every day and I’m impressed with how people cope with food production in small spaces.
Those with decent soil and sun in the right place often plant in the ground, mixing ornamentals and food together in their small plots. As I walk through neighborhoods, I see peppers, eggplants, chard, kale and tomatoes tucked into flower borders. String beans share trellises with morning glories and clamber over the tops of picket fences and along the railings of fire escapes.
-Ann Whitman, Gardener's Supply
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